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    • Legal provisions for the governance of Philippine lakes 

      Luna, Maria Paz G. (Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture (SEARCA), 2005)
      Lakes have been governed in legal history under laws on fisheries. The Local Government Code (LGC) and the spate of recent legislation on fisheries, ancestral domain, protected areas, and wildlife have thrown into disarray ...
    • Partnership for biodiversity conservation: Experiences in reviving the stock of sinarapan, the world s smallest commercial fish 

      Soliman, Victor S.; Mendoza Jr., Antonino B. (Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture (SEARCA), 2005)
      This paper presents the successful partnership of the Buhi local government, the San Ramon Barangay Council and its residents, and the Bicol University for successfully reviving the stock of sinarapan (Mistichthys luzonensis ...
    • Community rehabilitation of Lake Lahit in South Cotabato, Philippines 

      Sequito, Geronimo L. (Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture (SEARCA), 2005)
      Lake Lahit, situated at the north central part of the Municipality of Lake Sebu in South Cotabato, Philippines, is the smallest lake among the three lakes of Lake Sebu. It has an area of 24 ha. It is the center of livelihood ...
    • Naujan Lake National Park: An Anatidae Site Network 

      Pesigan, Edwin; Mendoza, Marlynn M. (Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture (SEARCA), 2005)
      The Anatidae Family consists of ducks, geese and swans. These birds are one of the groups of waterbirds that are ecologically dependent on wetlands*, at least at some parts of their life cycle. Anatidae species and their ...
    • Conservation and farming of a common freshwater food clam, tulla (Corbicula manilensis Philippi 1844), in the Laguna Lake basin 

      Baconguis, Santiago R. (Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture (SEARCA), 2005)
      Stocking of tulla (Corbicula manilensis) in small water impounding dam was studied in the Angat Watersheds, Bulacan, Philippines at elevation 209 m above mean sea level. Result of the study indicates that tulla introduction ...
    • Photo exhibit on key ecotourism sites in the Philippines 

      Calimag, Priscilla N. (Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture (SEARCA), 2005)
      Executive Order (EO) 111 issued on June 17, 1999 establishing the guidelines for the development of ecotourism in the Philippines provided the legal framework for the partnership of the Department of Tourism (DOT) and the ...
    • Lake Leonard: A lake revived 

      Rivera, Leonilo R. (Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture (SEARCA), 2005)
      Lake Leonard is a potential ecotourism destination still unknown to many. It is located within the hinterlands of Maco, Compostela Valley Province (formerly part of Davao del Norte), Philippines. The lake was formerly ...
    • A limnological survey of Lake Duminagat, Mt. Malindang Natural Park, Misamis Occidental, Philippines 

      Hansel, Carmelita G.; Poblete, Teresita O.; Quimpang, Victoria T.; Lumactud, Rhea Amor C.; Ganob, Diosdado; Lumimas, Emelyn; Lumimas, Margilyn; Pacut, Luzminda; Panchito, Roseller (Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture (SEARCA), 2005)
      Lake Duminagat is a crater lake located in Mt. Malindang Natural Park, one of the protected areas in the Philippines. Two communities are adjacent to it - Brgy. Duminagat, of which it is a part, and Brgy. Gandawan. Both ...
    • Five thousand years of environmental history: Paoay Lake, northern Luzon, Philippines 

      Stevenson, Janelle; Finn, Jan; Siringan, Fernando P.; Madulid, Domingo (Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture (SEARCA), 2005)
      The environmental history of Paoay Lake and its surrounding landscape is being examined through the analysis of pollen, diatoms, charcoal, mineral magnetics, and AMS dating. The project is part of a larger program of ...
    • Lake Taal's freshwater sardines Sardinella tawilis (Herre): Evolutionary insights based on morphological, molecular, and geological data 

      Pagulayan, Roberto C. (Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture (SEARCA), 2005)
      Sardines (family Clupeidae or herrings) are mostly marine species. In the Philippines, Lake Taal is the habitat of Sardinella tawilis (local name tawilis ), the only local endemic sardine species known to be fully adapted ...
    • Origin of Philippine lakes 

      Punongbayan, Raymundo S. (Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture (SEARCA), 2005)
    • Changes in lake morphology as source of basic information for lake management: A case study on Laguna Lake, Philippines 

      Siringan, Fernando P.; Jaraula, Caroline Marie B. (Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture (SEARCA), 2005)
    • Proceedings of the First National Congress on Philippine Lakes 

      Cuvin-Aralar, Maria Lourdes; Punongbayan, Raymundo S.; Santos-Borja, Adelina; Castillo, Lourdes V.; Manalili, Eduardo V.; Mendoza, Marlynn M. (Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture (SEARCA), 2005)
      The interconnectivity of land and water ecosystems and the uniqueness of lakes render lake management and conservation a very complex task. This is worsened by the predictable increasing demand for water and the continuing ...
    • Revisiting the Ligawasan marshland in Mindanao: An indigenous resource management system study towards sustainability 

      Sinolinding, Harris M.; Porciuncula, Fe L. (Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture (SEARCA), 2005)
      The Ligawasan Marshland covering an area of 288,000 ha is important to hundreds of thousands of Magindanawan Bangsamoro fisher-farmers whose basic means of livelihood are wild fishing and traditional rice farming. This ...
    • Status and impacts of tilapia fish cage farming in Lake Bato: Some policy and management options for sustainable development 

      Nieves, Plutomeo M. (Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture (SEARCA), 2005)
      An assessment and impact analysis of the fish cage arming in Lake Bato was conducted from October 1999 to January 2000 through a field survey and personal interviews with fish cage farmers, operators and key informants in ...
    • Aquaculture practices in Laguna de Bay, Philippines 

      Santiago, Corazon B.; Focken, Ulfert; Gonzal, Angelito C.; Laron, Manuel A. (Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture (SEARCA), 2005)
      A survey was conducted to obtain information on the fish culture practices of the fish farmers in Laguna de Bay, Philippines. Fish farms vary greatly in size. Nile tilapia and bighead carp are the two fish species cultured ...
    • Hi-density tank culture of Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) using lake water with effluent management 

      Eguia, Ruel V.; delos Reyes, Jr., Aurelio A. (Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture (SEARCA), 2005)
      Nine concrete tanks (2 x 2 x 1 m) were stocked with tilapia fingerlings (abw = 3.3±0.9 g) and three stocking rates (50 fish/m2, 100/m2, and 150/m2) were tried. The rearing period lasted for ...
    • Sustaining the resource use and management of Sampaloc Lake, San Pablo City, Philippines: A potable source of water 

      Jose, Aurora S. (Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture (SEARCA), 2005)
      Water is the most basic and indispensable commodity. In the past, nobody realized the value of water until the wells and rivers started to dry. Of the numerous natural lakes of the Philippines (about 59), all are potential ...
    • Prawn fisheries of Lake Bato 

      Agasen, Edna V. (Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture (SEARCA), 2005)
      Lake Bato is one of the most important lakes in the Bicol Region in terms of economic benefits to lakeshore communities. It is considered a commercial fishing ground of endemic and indigenous fish species. However, fish ...
    • Establishment and management of lake protected areas in the Philippines 

      Molinyawe, Norma M. (Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture (SEARCA), 2005)
      Republic Act No. 7586 or the National Integrated Protected Areas System (NIPAS) Act of 1992 provides the overall policy framework for the establishment and management of protected areas in the Philippines. The Law sets the ...